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    RIDING DIRT BIKES AND RIDING DIRTY BIKES
  1. RIT

    Post Pics Of Your Supermoto!!

    Here's my "E" freshly moto'd:thumbsup: She's unfinished buisiness, pipe, 3x3 and rejet coming soon:thumbsup: There's some top lookin bikes on here nice to see a few from the UK to:thumbsup:
  2. RIT

    DRZ pics, lets see your Z

    Here's my "E" freshly moto'd:thumbsup: She's unfinished buisiness, pipe, 3x3 and rejet coming soon:thumbsup: There's some top lookin bikes on here nice to see a few from the UK to:thumbsup:
  3. RIT

    Cops on drz's

    Been using them over here in pom for a while now theres even a few ktm's about. Nothin to worry about though, there normally ridden by 50 year old traffic cops who have never ridden off road in there life until they did "the course" to get a bit of extra cash in there wage packet, I find the best thing to do is let them catch up , slip the clutch, cover em in roost then disapear up the nearest hill climb letting them get back to arresting 12 year olds on pit bikes (after calling for back up and a high speed chase around the school playin feild of course!)
  4. I can get a good deal on these but dont know anyone whos tryed um so just wondering if there any good?http://www.maxxis.com/products/motorcycle/product_detail.asp?id=221 30 miles a day commuting 5 days a week:ride: Fun and peg scracthin at the weekend:thumbsup: wot do you think? Thanx in advance Rit DRZ SM Convertion
  5. RIT

    Is the DRZ400S "better" than the DRZ400E?

    I've had an s and now got an e and to be honest it really depends on what your needs are, yes the s came with high beem, horn, digi speedo, quiet muffler, indicaters, blaady blaa, but to ride it was????? well the best word to describe it is BLAND. Dont get me wrong it wasnt bad and it did everything I asked of it,,,,, apart from when I asked it to make me smile. Off road it was soft and sloppy and although it went where ever I pointed it, it never did it with any authority. On the road again it was ok but never really excited me. It never let me down and I didnt have to spend any money to make it legal but it was just a bit boring. The E on the other hand was great off road, I could keep up with my mates on CRF's and KTM,S take care of whoops, jumps ,power slides and ruts no problem and with the low end grunt it'd climb the side of a house if you could buy tires with enough grip, only problem is that I'm in the throws of supermotoing it and its costing me a small fortune to get it road legal cause of the lack of indicaters,full beem ect but it'll be worth it in the end. Bottom line is: If you want a commuter that you can trail ride at the weekend then buy an S If you want a dirt bike that you can use on the road than buy an E and if you want to wake up Monday morning with a big smile on your face then rent a hooker
  6. RIT

    Bad accident - good advice

    Glad to hear your gonna be ok,been riding for a while and never even considered one but havin read your thread ive got one arriving at the weekend. Thanx for the advice and hope you recover soon.
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